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Which of the following statements best describes your template/starting material: I have very little starting material - samples are precious, so I need maximum sensitivity My template is difficult to work with (contaminating agents, secondary structure, etc.) so robustness is important I am working with a fairly large template (> 5 kb), so product length is important I need maximum specificity in routine, complex genomic, or hot start PCR. I am studying the specific nucleic acid sequence of this template, so I need the best possible accuracy I work with lots of different templates and primers, and would like to streamline my processes, so I am looking for maximum convenience I am amplifying the same target repeatedly, therefore carry-over prevention is important I perform a high volume of reactions each week, so I need a reliable, reproducible result I need a combination of High Yield, Great Accuracy and the option to >prevent Carry-Over Contamination Back one level
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